- The Washington Times - Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The Washington Times is taking a close look at an important issue every day before the elections. Click below to catch up:

Nov. 2 Obama, McCain promise respect for Congress

Nov. 1 Obama, McCain both for tort reform, but businesses prefer latter

Oct. 31 Party lines define anti-crime initiatives

Oct. 30 Obama’s abortion stance repels young evangelicals



Oct. 29 Path to racial unity divides

Oct. 28 Moscow will pose early test of ambitions on NATO

Oct. 27 Tough decisions loom on Latin America

Oct. 25 New president must be ‘nimble’ on economy fixes

Oct. 24 Beijing pays little heed to rhetoric in U.S.

Oct. 23 Candidates eye better use of spies

Oct. 22 New president inherits Afghan crisis/Resurgent Taliban takes toll on NATO, U.S. troops

Oct. 21 McCain, Obama remain sketchy on deficit/Groups offer budget knives

Oct. 20 Economy, politics limit ambitions on Iraq, Iran/Next president faces new terrain

Oct. 19 Bush’s successor faces Mideast conflicts/Peace process overshadowed by credit crisis

Oct. 17-18 Joe exposes candidates’ sharp divisions/McCain favors top down; Obama distribution

Oct. 16 Immigrants hear mixed messages

Oct. 15 Hollywood stays behind scenes in race

Oct. 14 Uninsured Americans turn to mobile clinics/Millions lack money for care

Oct. 13 Issues facing vets getting short shrift/Advocates fault candidates

Oct. 12 Bush sets high bar for service initiatives/Candidates plan to renew call to action

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